Group Project Presentation - 2 (Final)

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Group Project Presentation - 2 (Final)

  1. 1. GROUP 8<br />Department of Civil & Structural Engineering<br />Design of Portland BuildingDetailed design<br />Nabeel Jafri <br />Vishal Krishnan<br />John Muramya<br />Anuj Ramdas<br />Muhammad Shah <br />
  2. 2. Structural layout – Residential floors <br />Department of Civil & Structural Engineering<br />
  3. 3. Structural layout – Ground floor <br />Department of Civil & Structural Engineering<br />
  4. 4. Department of Civil & Structural Engineering<br />Structural layout Basement <br /><ul><li>5 columns to be supported by beams
  5. 5. Ramp slope limited to 1:3
  6. 6. Minimum clear distance of 2.5 m between columns maintained</li></li></ul><li>Department of Civil & Structural Engineering<br />Vertical Section<br /><ul><li>Maximum beam depth for ground and residential floor is 406 mm
  7. 7. Maximum beam depth in basement is 1016mm
  8. 8. Maximum column size is UKC305x305x89
  9. 9. Raft foundation with piles reaching bedrock</li></li></ul><li>Department of Civil & Structural Engineering<br />Retaining Wall & Foundation<br />
  10. 10. Department of Civil & Structural Engineering<br />Base plate<br />
  11. 11. Column base plates<br />Department of Civil & Structural Engineering<br />
  12. 12. Beam to beam connection<br />Department of Civil & Structural Engineering<br />
  13. 13. Beam to beam connection<br />Department of Civil & Structural Engineering<br />
  14. 14. Beam to beam connection<br />Department of Civil & Structural Engineering<br />
  15. 15. Beam to beam connections<br />Department of Civil & Structural Engineering<br />
  16. 16. Column supported by beam<br />Department of Civil & Structural Engineering<br /><ul><li>Typical detail of discontinued column supported by beam
  17. 17. Point load of 6120 kN acting on to the beam
  18. 18. Column supported by beam at 5 locations in Basement</li></li></ul><li>Splice Details<br />Department of Civil & Structural Engineering<br />
  19. 19. Column splices<br />Department of Civil & Structural Engineering<br />
  20. 20. Beam to column connection<br />Department of Civil & Structural Engineering<br /><ul><li>Typical beam to column connection detail
  21. 21. Flexible end plate connection acting as a pin joint
  22. 22. Connection manufactured in factory and transported to site</li></li></ul><li>Beam to column connections<br />Department of Civil & Structural Engineering<br />
  23. 23. Wind analysis<br />Department of Civil & Structural Engineering<br /><ul><li>The basic wind speed provided was 22 m/s
  24. 24. The calculations of forces due to wind were carried out using BS6399-2:1997
  25. 25. Forces applied at each level along with EHF for designing bracings</li></li></ul><li>Bracing and bracing connection<br />Department of Civil & Structural Engineering<br /><ul><li>Most efficient way of transferring lateral loads to ground
  26. 26. Inverted V bracing selected to accommodate windows
  27. 27. Two braced bays provided on each face to resist win loads and EHF due to frame imperfections</li></li></ul><li>Frame stability<br />Department of Civil & Structural Engineering<br /><ul><li>Second order effects for the frame can be assumed to be small to be neglected if the value of αcr < 10 from elastic analysis [αcr = [HEd x h] / [VEd x δH,Ed] ]
  28. 28. The condition was satisfied as displayed in the table below</li></li></ul><li>Floor system<br />Department of Civil & Structural Engineering<br /><ul><li>Precast hollow core concrete slabs
  29. 29. Depth of slab 200mm, capable of carrying 15 kN / m2 imposed load
  30. 30. Provides diaphragm action transferring lateral loads
  31. 31. Better thermal performance of the building
  32. 32. Speed of Erection
  33. 33. Standard precast floors can be supplied with a fire resistance of up to two hours
  34. 34. Dry construction system </li></li></ul><li>Aerial view<br />Department of Civil & Structural Engineering<br />

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